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Buff Original Buff - Solid

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    Hard to beat an original.

    The Original Solid Buff is practically a staple in any outdoor adventurer's kit. Its soft and stretchy fabric wicks moisture, dries quickly, resists wind, and offers thermal protection against cold temps during shoulder season hikes and winter ski days. Buff added a Polygiene treatment to resist odors and neutralize bacterial growth.

    • Buff headwear can be worn twelve ways for any outdoor pursuit
    • Fabric is wind-resistant, thermal protective, and quick-drying
    • Polygiene treatment neutralizes odor-causing bacterial growth
    • Item #BUF0001

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100% microfiber polyester
    Anti-Odor
    yes, Polygiene
    Weight
    2.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    60 days

    Tech Specs

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    Multi Sport Must Have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: One Size Fits All

    The Buff was a great invention. The great thing about the Buff is that you can size it to cover as much of your head as you wish. Here are a few activities that I use my Buff for:

    -Keep the sun off of the back of your neck while belaying

    -Drop it in the river and put it on your head to cool down while kayaking in the heat.

    -Fashion the Buff over your ears to mitigate wind chill while ski touring

    -Wear the Buff as a hat for camping on cold nights to retain heat.

    -Wear the Buff over your mouth and nose to keep them warm while downhill skiing

    -Use the Buff as a head band to keep the hair out of your face while cooking dinner back at camp.



    Overall, it is a super versatile item. One size fits all. The material is super comfortable against the skin, not itchy at all.

    Multi Sport Must Have

    Buff Headwear

      So I got this for snowboarding and it seems to work pretty well. Incase you're wondering what it is, it is basically a warm stretchy piece of wool that goes on your head... however you want to put it on your head. The package it came in has a few ideas on it.

      So when choosing a color, I finally gave up and decided to just get plain burnt orange, because I was desperate to choose a color. There are so many that it took me over 30 minutes to decide! I guess that's a good thing, or maybe I'm too picky.

      It might seem a little thin when you first get it, but you can easily double it up over your face and it still fits ok with goggles. It also has really good ventilation so you can breathe. In addition, this thing should be the definition of sweat/moisture wicking material. It keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Pretty cool .

      Good n' Simple

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Love having a few Buffs on hand! Super functional for all sorts of activities- use it as a neck gaiter on mild ski days, a headband to keep hair out of my eyes in the summertime- great multi-use piece to have. Easy enough to fold down to make it shorter so you don't have a massive tube, and very easy to wash! Everyone needs a Buff. Or two. Or more.

      Must-own for mountain adventurers!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      These things are great! They are kinda like a thermos, keep you cool when you need and warm when you need. I mainly use mine for skiing on really cold and windy days, or days early in the season when they are still blowing snow. No matter the day, I always keep it in my pocket just in case.

      Buff

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size

      One size fits all pretty much. Buffs are cool, but at the same time, I feel like they're so simple that I could have just made myself one - but I don't know how. My wife feels this way as well. But we got them anyway. Mostly for sun protection during a hike across Spain.

      One of the greatest purchases ever

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      I bought it to keep sun of my neck in summer. It's not really a hot weather item, but whenever it rained or got a little colder the buff was perfect.

      Without doubt my favorite item of winter gear, and perhaps my favorite clothing item. Keeps the warmth in from my breath but is still easy to breath. So stretchy and stays in place however I position it. Really great in any cold from light fall winds to zero degree hikes.

      I've used it over my ears like a headband, just on my neck when working in the summer and fall, and mostly from my neck to nose like a half-balaclava. Most convenient, and super thin so i can stick it in my pocket. I always have it in my bag. I recently lost my black one so I ordered two more with print. I'll see how those go. Plus, I've had it for 2-plus years and show no real signs of wear. Maybe it's not as tight as it once was, but never falls down when I need it.

      One of the greatest purchases ever

      Worth the $20

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      When I first put this on, I was skeptical about how well it was going to hold up....but, it kept my face warm and dry even during a full day on the mountain with snow and below zero temps. Did have to let it dry out midday, but I was pleasantly surprised for a 20 buck piece of fabric.

      Wish I had thought of it...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      What more can be said? This thing is versatile – I’ve worn it as a balaclava, neck gaiter, hat, and even a sling. It’s kept my face warm on alpine climbs, and protected my neck from sunburn on desert outings and glacier crossings. Light, comfortable, and versatile – what more could you ask for? I'd suggest you pick a light color if you plan to use it in seasons other than winter. My only gripe – 20 bucks for a tube of stretchable fabric? Yes, I wish I’d thought of it…

      Just ok

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I ended up using this buff for skiing...it was ok for keeping me warm but the material is a bit flimsy and wrinkles easily.

      Also, I used two neck warmers...this one for my neck, plus another one on top of it: the Airhole DryTech Airtube for my neck/face/nose...the combination was warm, but I don't think this buff would have been enough by itself.

      is the imperial buff a different size from the pewter and stone colors. They are shown in different shapes. Are they all tubular?